2018 Acura RLX

Acura is well-known Honda’s branch for luxurious vehicles, which has been setting up some standards in the class for all the years it is being produced. Classy interior, modern appearance, strong performance, are having credits for the development and current position of the RLX sedan. This vehicle is one of the most expecting cars, and we are glad to announce that 2018 Acura RLX is coming very soon. Although major redesign has been planned for 2019 year model, there will be another run for this sedan before it happens. Without barriers with new car’s appearance and slight changes, 2018 RLX will be more elegant and more powerful than before.

2018 Acura RLX

2018 Acura RLX redesign

Fans’ attention can’t be caught with just ordinary things. Mission is even harder when you compete with other luxury cars. Important thing is to listen to users and fix details which bug them. There weren’t much complains about previous version of sedan, so we can expect the same from 2018 Acura RLX. One of the major changes is folding back seat which enlarges storage area. There will be more head and leg-room on all seats. Comfort is additionally boosted with updated infotainment system, and leather seats. Leather-wrapped steering wheel is the place where many quick controls are positioned, while entire command can be done from LCD screen positioned on the dashboard. Many new apps and technologies are applied and that is where are the most changes are coming for new sedan.

2018 Acura RLX side view

2018 Acura RLX engine and price

Under the hood of the 2018 Acura RLX is 3.5-l V6 unit, which can crunch 310 horsepower through 6-speed transmission. Gearbox is manual and that increases overall fuel consumption. We believe that 2018 RLX sedan will be economical, with 26 mpg rate, or even more.

2018 Acura RLX rear view

From all the things we know about new sedan, and previous price, we assume that RLX’s price won’t be changed a lot before its major redesign in 2019. So, expect the car at dealerships from at least $50,000, while higher trims are valued $60,000 and more.

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